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Group Accommodation in Somerset

Finding group accommodation in Somerset for a holiday or short break has never been easier; we have a fantastic selection of carefully chosen properties for your stay, in beautiful surroundings, with great places to eat, family attractions and beaches within easy reach.

Somerset is a wonderful part of the West Country – it’s where we live and we love it! It’s a county of wide open fields, rolling hills, and narrow winding lanes that lead to traditional villages with pretty cottages and usually, a cosy country pub. Wherever you stay in Somerset you’ll never be short of things to do – explore the high heaths and wooded coombes of the Quantock Hills, the heather-clad moors of Exmoor National Park, the unique wetland landscape of the Somerset Levels, and the craggy peaks of the Mendips.

Spend time on the wide golden sands of Minehead or Weston-Super-Mare, find fossils at Kilve, embrace the elements at windswept bays like East Quantoxhead, or find a quiet spot and watch the world go by from Watchet harbour or Porlock Weir. Have a day in the city at Bristol where you can see the animals at Bristol Zoo Gardens, climb on board SS Great Britain, discover elegant Clifton Village and wander across the famous suspension bridge. Potter about the market towns – Frome, Ilminster, Taunton, and Wells where you can see the magnificent cathedral and Bishop’s Palace.

Soak up the timeless tranquility of Hestercombe House and Gardens, Montacute House, and Barrington Court; pootle about the lanes and find a cider farm where you can see how the local brew is made and sample a snifter, take in the colourful streets of Glastonbury, climb to the top of the Tor for the most amazing far-reaching views. Have a family trip to Haynes Motor Museum, Fleet Air Arm Museum or The Museum of Somerset, let the kids let off steam at Brean Theme Park, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Caves or Tropiquaria Animal and Adventure Park – see? We told you there was heaps to see and do!

We appreciate that if you’re coming to Somerset for a 2 or 3 night weekend rather than a 7 night stay you might not have time to fit much in – especially when you consider the amazing facilities our group accommodation has. We’re not talking baloney when we say there’s something for everyone – our large group holiday houses have indoor swimming pools, hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms, games rooms and play areas for younger children, and what’s more, most are dog friendly so you can bring your pet pooch too! Yippee!

We’ve got big cottages, luxury timber-clad lodges, huge barn conversions, rambling old farmhouses and spacious country houses, with room to sleep 8-30 people. Find the perfect group accommodation in Somerset and book today!

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